Kentucky Wildcats Basketball: Kentucky vs Louisville Match-ups

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Mar 15, 2012; Louisville, KY, USA; Kentucky Wildcats forward Terrence Jones (3) pulls down a rebound from Western Kentucky Hilltoppers guard T.J. Price (52) and guard Jamal Crook (14) during the second half in the second round of the 2012 NCAA men

 

We are getting so close to game day we can taste it.  Tomorrow marks the biggest game in the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s history, so let’s get some match-ups and see who will have the advantage.

 

Marquis Teague: 10 points, 4.8 assists 2.8 turnovers

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Peyton Siva: 9.1 points, 5.6 assists, 3.5 turnovers

Both point guards are playing extremely well in the NCAA Tournament and both teams really drive their teams, so whoever wins this match-up will play a key factor in who will win the game.  Siva has played well since the start of the Big East Tournament but is turnover prone, and that is one thing that cannot happen to him for UL to win this game.  He also hasn’t played well against UK in any of his previous three games.  Teague has improved all year and will need to take care of the basketball against a suffocating UL defense.   Teague has played really well lately and is distributing the ball much better than he was earlier in the season.

Advantage: Even

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Topics: 2012 NCAA Tournament, Anthony Davis, Kentucky Vs Louisville, Peyton Siva

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